Vote postponed on American Health Care Act

Early this morning, before the vote was delayed, Governor Bill Walker expressed his displeasure with the replacement, known as the American Care Act.

After examining the 18-year-old victim, firefighters discovered the injury was from a bullet.

30-year-old John Pearl Smith II of Palmer allegedly killed two people and injured another in a home invasion last June.

28–year–old Joshua Haynes, had two miscellaneous weapons charges dropped without prejudice.

Troopers rescue lost snowmachiners with Helo 2

Sen. Sullivan asserts importance of Coast Guard

Blind students taking on competition in robotics event

Stock Report, 3/23

Alaska Airlines to retire Virgin America name, logo

School Board opts not to approve budget

18-Year-Old Struck By Stray Bullet At Noel Wien Library

New Charges Brought Against Suspect In Shooting Death Of Michael Hodges

VA hospital employee saves veteran using CPR

Sen. Murkowski Questions General About Russian Military Activity

GVEA Denies Proposal To Interconnect Delta Wind Farms

Bill Proposed Would Allow Restaurants To Donate Leftover Food To Charity

Juneau Radio Hosts Approved To Become First Foreign Owners Of U.S. Radio Station

Republicans On Eve Of Healthcare Vote Still Unsure Of Plan

Stock Report - 3/22: Crude Down, Stocks Slightly Up

2017 Career Expo & Job Fair Brings Out Community Agencies

Health Watch: Emergency Services On Interior Military Bases

Alaska Senators agree with bill allowing hunting on federal lands

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Cold Spot Pet of the Week

Posted: 03/21/2017 - This affectionate little one is a happy kitten who loves to explore and make new friends.

Updated: 03/15/2017 - Meet one year old Lev the dog. Lev can be shy at first, but once he gets comfortable he's ready to play and be active.

Updated: 03/15/2017 - If you don't know a happy little dog who's smart and energetic, then you don't know Jack. But you're about to!